Alcohol

By: Omaer N.


EFFECTS OF DRINKING

A 1: Effects differ for a person's size, weight, age, and gender, as well as the amount of food and alcohol consumed. Effects that are common for anyone who drinks, include dizziness and talkativeness; the immediate effects of a larger amount of alcohol include slurred speech, disturbed sleep, nausea, and vomiting.


HOW THEY ACT

A 2: People who are drunk might be more aggressive or have mood swings. They may act in a way that is embarrassing to them or other people. While driving, they could possibly be sleepy so they might crash into other cars; resulting in a disaster.


LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF UNDERAGE DRINKING

A 3: If you are under 21 and you are caught buying or drinking any amount of alcohol, you will face $500 in fines. If you are caught again, the fines double, to $1,000. You will also need to put an ignition interlock device on your car, which means you will not be able to start your car if you have any trace amount of alcohol on your breath.

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